Traditional Brown Patinas are available in 8oz., 32oz., 1 gallon, and 5 gallon sizes. Spray tops are included with 8oz. and 32oz. bottles. Liver of Sulfur is sold as a powder in 2oz., 4oz., and 16oz. sizes by weight. One gallon of Traditional Brown Patina generally covers 200 sq. ft.
Antiquing Patina creates an aged brown to black finish on bronze, brass, and copper. On iron, steel, aluminum, and zinc, it will produce a grey to black patina. It should not be used on stainless steel. Antiquing Patina does not need to be diluted, but may be thinned with distilled water for a lighter finish. This cold patina is commonly used on the Metal Coatings and as a base for Traditional Green Patinas.
Copper Plating Patina produces a copper finish on iron and steel. Applied cold, lighter coats will develop a salmon copper color while heavier coats will produce darker copper colors. Copper Plating does not work with the Metal Coatings or most other patinas such as Tiffany Green. However, it can be used as a base for the Traditional Torch Patina. Diluting should not be necessary with this formula.
Copper Rust Patina causes a red to brown finish on bronze, brass, and copper. This cold patina should not need to be diluted. It will blacken iron and steel if applied hot. Copper Rust Patina does not work on the Metal Coatings.
Copper Sulfate Patina creates a brown finish as a hot patina on bronze, brass, and copper. Applied cold, this patina will develop a copper color on steel and a grey finish on zinc. It does not need to be diluted before use.
Darkening Patina is most commonly used cold on bronze, brass, and copper to produce a beautiful brown finish. This patina is often diluted with distilled water before use to lighten the color. Normal colors will range from golden brown to very dark brown (almost black). On iron and steel, Darkening Patina will create a grey to black finish. On zinc, this patina will also be black.
Ferric Nitrate is a hot patina for bronze, brass, and copper. In addition, it is often used to rust iron and steel.
Ferric Nitrate/Ferric Chloride is a hot patina for bronze, brass, and copper.
Japanese Brown may be used on bronze, brass, and copper resulting in a golden brown finish, but it is most commonly used hot or cold on iron and steel. When applied cold to iron or steel, a brown rust will form. On heated iron or steel, a dark chocolate finish will result. Heat will darken the color as well as reduce mottling.
Tan is a hot patina for all metals resulting in an opaque white/tan finish. It also works well in combination with Ferric Nitrate.
Deep Brown is a beautiful mahogany/brown patina for bronze, brass, and copper.